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THE LATEST NEWS!
TU8T received, direct from the manufacturers,
J the moit TrieU and complete assortment of
Gentlemen's, Ladles', and Children's Boots,
Shoes, 4c, we ever offered In this clly.
Many of the above goods cannot be surpassed
anywhere for durability, style, and neatness. Wo
will always keen the following makes of shoes :
B. Russell's, Baltimore, Md, Gents' work
Levi, Perry, k Co.'e Baltimore, Md., Ladles
Dlckermon, Stralton, and Mollneaux's, Philadel
phia, Ladles, Mlssef, and Children's work.
It Is Impossible for you to get better wearing
or fitting goods by leaving your measures and
having tbem made to order.
We have several cases of Ladlai and Misses'
cheaper than we ever oQ'ered before:
420 pairs Ladles' Morocco Sewed Boots, $1.25
420 do do LInen-llned Heel Slippers, 75c.
320 do Misses' Sewed Heel Morocco Boots,
87 cents
460 do Men's Lined and Bound Shoes, 75 cents
Men's and Boys' Uats and Caps la great Tnrlcty.
We cordially invite all those who are in search
of goods in our line to give us an early call, and
examine our stock aud , rices. It Is a pleasure
for us to shoir goods; It does not incur any ob
ligation to buy.
WINDSOR k BROTHER,
359 Seventh St., bt. I i Northern Market,
mar 19 lm
IMPOR T A N T N OT I C E
To Strangers tutting Washington.
A VIEW of our National Capitol will be pre
sented to every purchaser of Books, Sta
tionery, Ac, from the well-known establishment
of FRENCH k RICHSTEIN,
278 Pa. ar., near the Klrkwood House,
feb 26 tf Washington, D. C.
THE CELEBRATED ARABIAN STALLION,
" THE DEY OFJILGIF.RS,"
ij'OR the improvement of stock, will stand the
ensuing season, commencing the 1st day of
April, and ending on the 1st day of July, at the
following places : At the subscriber's stables, in
Georgetown, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri
days, and at McCbisley's Store, on Soventh-street
road, on Tuesdaya and Saturdays. For further
particulars, see handbills.
HIRAM WRIGHT, Proprietor,
apr 2 Georgetown, D. C.
OFFICE WASHINGTON AQCEDDOT,
WjisniN-OTON, March 22, 1861.
PROPOSALS wilt be received np to the 15th
proximo for the furnishing and delivery at
or near the site of the District Reservoir, of 4,000
cubic yards Broken Stone, more or less.
The stone not to exceed in size cubes of three
lncbes. To be bard and durable.
Proposals should be sealed, and endorsed
"Proposals for Broken Stone."
M. O. MEIGS, Captain of Engineers,
Chief Engineer of Washington Aqueduct,
apr 2 taprl5
Union, Now and Foievcr!
LOASSENHEIMER Is In town, and will be
glad to have the public take notice that
he will cell Clothing, Hats and Caps, and Gen
tlemen's Furnishing Goods, lower than ever, and
those who call shall net go away dissatisfied.
No. 334 Seventh and K streets, Washington,
D. O. mar 16 3m
"LINCOLN STOMACH BITTEBS."
fNLT sold at the store of W. Gerecke, on
J Pennsylvania avenue, between Four-and-a-half
and Sixth streets. Also, a great supply just
Imported of Swltz and Linburg Cheese, Sar
delles, Sardines, Holl. Herrings, Ac, lor sale,
nor 30 W. GEBECKE.
THE
ONLY GOOD PORTRAIT
OF
PRESIDENT LINCOLN
Ever published, just out, aud cent by mall free
on receipt of 25 cents.
The trade and clubs of twenty supplied at low
prices by FRENCH k RICHSTEIN.
mar 9 tf
TEETH.
MLOOMIS, M. D.,tbe inventor and patentee
of the M neral Plate Teoth, attends per
sonally at his office in this city.
Many persons can wear these teeth who can
not wear others, and no person can wear others
who cannot wear these.
Persons calling at my office can be accommo
dated with any style and price ot Teeth they may
desire ; but to those who are part cular, and wish
tho purest, cleanest, strongest, nnd most perfect
denture that art can produce, the Mineral Plate
will be more tully warranted.
Rooms in this city Na. 333 Pa. avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets. Also, 907 Arch
street, Philadelphia. mar 15 ly
QCHENCK'S Mandrake Pills, for Liver Com.
O plaint.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
If your bowels are costive,
TRY THEM.
If you have worms,
TRY TnEM.
If your breath is bad,
TRY THEM.
If you feel drowsy,
. TRY THEM.
If yon are low-spirited,
TRY THEM.
If you have a sick headache,
TRY THEM.
If you have taken a drop too mnch,
TAKE A FULL 'DOSE.
They only cost 25 cents n box,
TRY THEM.
Blue Mass, and other preparations of Mercury,
actually produce more suffering and death than
the diseases which they proless to cure.
And yet this corrosive mineral, so denounced
by the allopathic doctors, is prescribed by them
almost universally in cases of Liver Complaint,
Consumption of Lungs, c.
THE MANDRAKE PILLS
Are composed entirely of roots and herbs, ob
tained from the great storehouse of Nature, nnd
their salutary effects will appear as soon as tho
medicine Is brought to the test of a fair experi
ment. SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS do
not produce any nausea or sickness of the stom
ach ; but when given for Dyspepsia, it may be
proper to use tbem in connection with SCHENCK'S
SEAWEED TONIC. By this judicious treatment
the digestive faculties are speedily restored to
their full vigor, and the worst case of iudigestion
may be cured.
When we reflect that the liver is the largest
Internal organ of the body, that to it Is assigned
the Important duty of filtering the blood and pre
paring the bile, that it is subject to many disor
ders, and that when it is diseased, or inactive,
the whole body suffers sympathetically, It is pot
surprising that u medicine which can restore tho
healthy operations of the liver should produce
wonderful changes In the gemrol health, and ef
fect cures which may appeur to be almost mirac
ulous. Headaobe of long continuance, severe
pains in the side, breast, and shoulders, aebing
of the limbs, a feeling of general weakness and
wretchedness, and other alarming or distressing
symptoms, Indicative of irapsrte t or disordered
action of the liver, are speedily removed by the
use of SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS.
Oostiveness, Piles, Miter or sour eructations,
and that iudcscribable feeling of oppression, men
tal anziety, languor, lethargy, and depression of
spirits, which unfit a man for the management
of business, and the erjojment of life, are all re
lleved by the use of SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE
PILLS.
HS-Dr. J. H. SCUENCK can be found at the
Avenue House the 3d Weducsdayof each month.
S. B. WA1TE, corner of Seventh street and
Louisiana avenue, Is the agent for his msdlclnes
for Washington, D. O. mar 21 lm
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Dipaktuivt or Tim Interior,
Washington, Die. 26, 1860.
Public notice Is hereby given that bonds
and coupons annexed, of the description here
inafter set forth, have lately been feloniously
abstracted from thi custody of the Interior
Department, the same being the property of
the United States and held In trust for certain
Indian tribes. Notice has also been given to
the proper officers of tho respective States to
stop the payment thereof; and all persons are
warned against purchasing or receiving any of
said bonds and coapons, aa the claim of the
United States thereto will be prosecuted to the
utmost extent. Each bond being for the sum
of one thousand dollars, viz :
Six per cent. Missouri Coupon Bonds, Issued In
June and August, 1857.
State or Missouri, St. Louis and Iron Mountain
R. R. State Bonds.
Bond No. 2037 Bond No. 1823
1870 1827
1S9C 1822
1997 1821
1998 18.10
2008 1819
2007 1818
199.' 18c?
1994 1817
1995 1810
1891 1815
1990 1814
1893 1813
1991 1812
200.1 1810
2002 1811
1992 1808
2006 2031
2005 2033
2004 2034
2001 2035
1999 2036
2000 2032
2009 1820
187T 1828
1878 1829
1879 1830
1880 1831
1881 1832
1882 1868
1883 1869
1884 1870
1885 1871
1886 1872
1887 1873
1888 1874
1889 1875
1890 2030
2045 2029
2048 2018
2046 2017
2047 2010
2044 2015
2043 2014
2040 2013
2041 2012
2042 2010
2039 2011
2038
1825 99b'nds
1824
Noti. Bonds No. 2000, and below of this se
ries, issued June, 1857, and bonds No. 2001, and
above that, dated August, 1857, payable at the
Phoenix Bank, New York city, in 1887.
State of Missouri six per cent, coupon bonds,
viz : Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad State
bonds.
Bond No. 1853 Bond No. 1626
1852 1627
1851 1628
1850 1629
1849 1859
1848 1865
1847 1863
1846 1862
1845 1860
1844 1861
1832 1856
1835 1858
1833 1855
1834 1854
1836 1822
1837 1823
1838 1824
1839 1825
1649 1820
1640 1827
1635 1828
1012 1829
1013 1830
1614 1831
1615 1641
1010 1642
1017 1043
1618 1644
1019 1645
1620 1646
1621 1647
1611 1648
1864' 1037
1034 1638
1631 1840
1632 1842
1633 1841
1622 1650
1857 1810
1030 1817
1630 1818
1039 1819
1841 1820
1623 1821
1024
1625 90b'nds
Not). These bonds are lated January, 1857,
payable at Bank of Commerce, New York, in No
vember, 1886 Interest payable In January and
July of each year.
State of Missouri six per cent. Coupon North
Missouri R. R. State bonds.
Bond No. 2952 Bond No. 1039
2940 1038
2939 1041
2941 1042
2942 1643
2946 1644
2945 1645
2944 1640
2943 1647
2947 1648
2948 1649
2949 1640
2950 1C50'
2937 2922"
2938 2923
1653 2924'
1654 2930
1055 2951
1652 2953
1650 1657
2921 1705
2468 1700
2512 1707
2513 2452
2514 2453
2615 2454
2910 2466
2911 2450
2910 , 2457
2912 2458
2913 2458'
2914 2460
2110 2461
2915 2402
2917 2403
2918 2464
2919 2465
2920 2466
2954 2407
2955
H51 gob
Noti. The bonds numbered 2510 and below,
Issued in January, 1857; No. 2910, and above
that. Issued in August, 1867, payable at Phasnlx
Bank, New York city.
Missouri six per cent. Coupon Bonds, vli North
Missouri R. R. State bonds.
Bond No. 2773 Bond No. 2763
2784 2787
2786 2730
2781 2717
2782 2734
2779 2721
2783 2719
2711 2733
2712 2722
2710 2720
2725 2716
2777 2727
2776 2724
2705 2731
2708 2760
2709 2729
2770 2718
2771 2715
2785 2714
2778 2704
2772 2728
2775 2726
2774 2723
2780 2713
''732
2767 SOb'nds
Noti. These bonds aro dated July, 1857,
payable July, 1887, at tho Phoenix Bank, New
YOrk city. Interest payable in January and
July.
Missouri Six per cent. Pacific Railroad State
Coupon bona?
Bond No. 5246 Bond No. 5260
6259 5261
6245 5258
6244 5250
6243 5254
6242 5256
6241 5263
6240 5252
5239 5251
6238 5260
6237 5249
5235 6247
5234 6248
6233 5195
5232 5190
6231 6000
6200 4999
5199 4997
6198 4890
5197 4998
5310 4889
6230 4888
5307 4870
6308 5257
6309
5262 Blb'nd)
5306
Noti. These bonds are dated March, 1857 ;
payable March, 1887, at Phcontx Bank, New
York ; Interest payable in January and July of
each year.
Bonds of North Carolina Coupon six per cent
North Carolina six per cent.
Bond No.
35
Bond No. 302
301
300
297
235
234
203
100
104
20
19
18
17
16
13
8
11
10
102
101
100
99
103
6
28
22
ie
21
98
97
90
95
94
02
60
33
32
23
9
7
349
343
347
346
343
342
341
340
339
338
337
336
335
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
227
326
317
318
316
296
239
233
237
2J6
302
72 b'ndi
Notz. These bonds are dated January, 1856,
payable January, 1886, at Bank of Republic,
New York. Interest payable In January and
July.
North Carolina 6 per cent Coupon Bonds.
Bond No. 883 Bond No. 735
832 -.736
831 758
830 759
829 760
834 761
835 762
83C 763
837 764
838 780
871 791
872 792
873 793
874 794
875 795
870 790
877 797
878 798
879 799
880 800
881 801
846 802
847 803
848 804
849 805
850 800
851 808
852 807
853 811
654 812
855 813
856 814
857 815
858 816
860 817
861 818
862 819
863 820
864 821
865 822
806 823
807 824
808 825
8C9 826
870 827
883 828
88 839
834 840
885 843
731 844
732 845
733
734 lOlb'nds
These bonds aro dated July 1867, payable
July, 1687, at Bank of Republic, New York;
interest payable In January and July.
North Carolina six per csnt. Coupon bonds.
Bond No 7599 Bond No. 611
600 C12
603 613
604 C09
C05 C14
600 622
007 623
608 624
610 C26
620
027
I8
611
gi:
04t
11!
644
640
C47
648
045
649
650
651
652
610
617
618
619
455
457
468
470
602
439
440
442
430
431
433
430
437
427
429
426
420
422
421
601
644
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
621
498
610
Bond No.
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
638
639
640
641
642
643
630
631
532
533
634
635
636
637
618
529
616
515
617
514
42
545
640
547
648
560
562
471
472
473
474
476
470
477
47S
479
480
612
613
H9b1nds
611
Noti. These bonds are dated January, 1857,
payable January, 1888, at Bank of Republic, New
York. Interest payable in January and July,
North Carolina six per cent. Coupon Bonds Cou
pons payable in April and October, viz :
Forty-five bonds of $1,000 each, issued by au
thority of an act to Incorporate the Western
North Carolina Railroad Company, chapter 228,
dated October, 1856, payable In 1880, at Bank
or KepuDuc, viz:
Bond ho
Bond No.
. 51 Bond No. 161
52 152
53 153
64 154
95 155
96 160 .
97 102
98 1631
99 ' 16.4
100 " 105
122 178
123 191J
124 192
125 193
120 v 194
127 195
128 196
'17 197
180 - 198
129 ' 199
130 200
137
144 45 b
146 '
Two bonds for $1,000 each, dated April, 1857.
Bond No. 9 Bond No 10
fifteen bonds for $1,000 each, dated October,
1857, viz : Payable at Bask or Republic, Octo
ber, 1887, viz:
Bond No. 1183 Bond No. 1192
1184 1182
1186 1194
1186 1195
1187 1196
1188 1197
1189
1190 lCb'nds
1191
Tennessee six per cent Coupon Bonds, of $1,000
each, of loan of 1852, payable 1892, in New
York city, of the following numbers, and dated
January, 1852:
Bond No. 217 BondNo.'41B
278 ' 419
294 470
297 477
409 491
413 493
414 723
And of the following numbers Issued January,
18(4:
Bond, No. 828 Bond No. 1278
829 1358
. 830
And of the following numbers issued January,
1855:
Bond No. 1744 Bond No. 2055
21101 2891
2133, 2892
2581 3000
2005 3121
And of the following numbers Issued January,
1856:
Bond No. 3149 Bond No. 4207
3464 4208
3466 4209
3466 4210
3467 4211
3469 4212"
3470 4213
3471 4214
3472 4431
3768 4527
3894 4529
3941 4550 '
3942 4550
3943 4500
3944 4509
3945 4570
3946 4571
3985 4749
4199 4751
4200 , 4881
And of tho following numbers issued January,
1857:
Bond No. 5056 Bond No. 5390
5195 6391
6320 5392
5359 6393'
6360 6410
5361 6417
6302 61181
53C3 6419
6304 5421
5365 6420
5300 64271
6367 5430
1368 6434
5309 6436
6370 6437
6371 6438
5372 6439
5373 6440
6374 6441
5376 6442
6376 6453
6377 6444
6378 5445
6379 5452
5380 6518
6381 6519
5385 5520
5386 5621
638 1622
5388 703
5319 704
Bond No. 5705 Bond No. 6712
5700 5713
6707 5799
6708 5830
6709 5840
5710 5842
5711
Orrica or tux .Sicreiaut of tbz Ixtiriob,
December 20,1860.
mar 14 tf J. THOMPSON, Secretary.
GREAT RUSH FOR BARGAINS
TO TUB
CHEAP CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT
LATELY OPXSED BT
BAR & BROTHER,
Corner of Seventh and E Streets,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
EVERYBODY In want of well-made and fash
ionable garments should give us a call, and
take a look at our large stock of Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods, before purchasing else
where. Our Low Prices must suddenly astonish
eterjbody.
Belne aware that low prices with small profits
is the best mode to adopt to establssh a large
business, we have determined to be satisfied with
Snail Profit.
Come, one and all, and satisfy yourselves that
Bar k Brother's Establishment is the best in tho
city to purchase ot.
Coats, Pants, nnd Vests, White and Fancy
Shirts, Undershirts, Drawers, Socks, Collars,
Neck-Ties, Supondcr, Gloves, Umbrellas, 4c,
chu all be had at the above-named place, at the
lowest prices. apr 6 2w
. Ul S.-: FOR RhNT AND FURNITURE FOR
1 1 bALB. Honte and Furniture nearly new.
Inquire at No. 394 I street, between Twelfth and
Thirtfcnth, after 3 o'clock, apr 4 tf Star
AT EW Military Books, just received by FRENCH
IX k RICHSTEIN, 278 Pennsylvania avenue.
Treatise on the Administration and Organiza
tion of the British Armv. Bv Edward Barring-
ton FonblanqAe. 1 vol., 8vo., English edition.
Price, by mail, $4.
Instruction for Field Artillery. 1 vol., 12mo.
Price, by mall, 2 60.
Summary of the Art of War. By Baron de
Jomini. 1 toI, 12mo. Price, by mail, $1.50.
A Treatise on Field Fortification. By D. H.
Mahan. 1 vol., lCmo. By mall, $1.
An Elementary Treatise on Advanced Guard,
Out Posts, and Detachment Service of Troops.
By D, H. Maban. 1 vol., lmo. By mail, 75
cents.
Manual for the Patriotic Volunteer) on Active
Service in Regular and Irregular War. By Hugh
Fcrbes. 2 vols., 12mo. Price, by mall, $2.
Evolutions of Field Batteries of Artillery. By
Major Robert Anderson. 1 vol., 18mo. Price,
by mall, $1.23.
Our usual discount of ten to fifty per cent, on
all bound books.
FRENCH k RICHSTEIN,,
mar 25 278 Pennsylvania avenne.
LL IN WANT of Clothing should not fail to
l- call on .Smith. No. 460 Seventh street, to
buy Jhclr. goods, as he will sell them bargains.
, 1 febsg 6m
, ..Hard Times Low Prices. ,
MR. H. STRAUS, 385 Seventh street, between
. II and I streets, keeps constantly on hand
a large assortment of Clotbiery and general Fur
nishing Goods, which he offers to the dtlzeni of
Washington and strangers visiting our city at tie
lowest eath prices.
Bis former customers are earnestly solicited to
continue, their generous patronage, for which he
returns his sincere thank). -? . feb 16 6m
STOVE MATTUFACTTJllEB,
TIN Plata and Sheet-Iron Worker, and Metallic
Roofer, No. 405 Seventh street, between H
and I streets. The best Cooking Stoves in the
market Work done in workmanlike! order, and
1th promptness and despatch. '
JOSEPH F. HODGSON.
mar 2 tf
C. M. ALEXANDER,
Attorney and Counsellor at Patent Lav, and
Solicitor of Patents.
Patent cases examines free Of charge.
Applications conducted npon conditional fees.
Advice on points of law and infringement
given.
Arguments prepared, and litigated cue) con
ducted in .the courts.
Office corner of Seventh and F streets, Wash
!ngtuu,D. O.
Refer to IIon.'F, P. Bum, Jan., Hon. William
H. Enolish, Hon."DiKiL E. bouz).
feb 19 6m
Furniture I Furniture 1 Furniture I
At 423 Stventh street, bet. O and H.
THE undersigned keeps constantly onand a
large assortment bf New, and Second-hand
Furniture, which will be sold at the lowest casB
price.
Finejarge elegantly-furnisn'ed rooms can also
be obtained by inquiry at my store.
feb 19 3m , . R. ST. CLAIR.
'.J. W. PLANT, UNDERTAKER,
418 Seventh street,
' Between G and H streets, east side,
feb 37i3m
SOUTHERN MEDICAL HOUSE.
"TR. SHUMAN has, after an experience of ten
J-r years, established the above refuse from
quackery, self-labelled Indian or German doc
tors, and pretenders of witchcraft and Impostors
in general.
This is the only place where a snre and speedy
cure can be obtained in the world for all improp
er ana evil iiamts, gonorrhea, gleet, seminal
weakness, syphilis, primary, secondary, and ter
tiary, organic weakness, pains in the 1 Ins, stric
tures, general debility, prostration, nervousness,
restless nights, palpitation of the heart, ringing
In the ears, loss ot memory, confusion, me'an
choly, affections of the head, throat, nose, and
skin, and all those peculiar disorders arising
from the Indiscretion of youth, rendering them
unni tor euner business, study, society, or mar
riage. Dr. S. has the greatest remedies in the known
world for diseases of the blood, gonorrhea, gleet,
strictures, syphilis, seminal weakaess, self-abuse,
Ac. There Is no case in which they fall to cure
in from 3 to 0 days.
Victims of these horrible complaints, who
would wish to be valuable men and ornaments
to society, should embrace the earliest opportu
nity lor reiiei.
Dr. Shumnn has made tho most complete ar
rangements for the comfort of his patients who
come from a distance. They will be furnished
will) the most pleasant and agreeable quarters,
necessary diet, and made as comlortable aa thnv
would be at u first-tlaes hotel at less than half
the cost.
Do not forget the name nnd number. Dr. Shu
man's office is on the corner of Sixth street and
Pennsjlvanla avenue, Clarendon Hotel, opposite
the National Hotel, Washington, D. O.
Pertons at a distance should enclose stamp
for return postage. Office hours, 9 A. M. to 10
Various parties have been enticed from my
institution by certain swindlers on back streets
in this city, who will rue it till the day of their
death. A word to the wise Is sufficient
feb 22 ly
fob tuz curb or
DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION,
Weakness or Debility, Flatulency and Nausea,
Lou of Appetite, Nervousness, liver Com
plaints, Billon) Fever), and all Disease)
of the Stomach, Liver, and Bowel).
A! A PREVENTIVE I0II IEVEII AND 19 OB,
THESE BITTERS ARE HOT EQUALLED.
W.T.A A.W. aitMLir, rrosrUton, Bottom.
THE OBJEOT of all medicine is either to pre
vent disease, or to assist Nature In restoring the
various organs of the body to a healthful action,
and that medicine Is certainly the best which
will perform those offices thoroughly, yet mildly,
and without endangering the vital forces of the
system, by whose normal condition alone health
and strength can be preserved. Most of the Bit
ters that have heretofore been bronght into pop
ular favor, have only served the purpose of tem
porarily stimulating or exciting the organs into
a condition resembling healthful action, without
any remedial effect, and generally followed by a
return of the disease, or a prostration of nervous
energy more disastrous than though Nature had
been left to take its own course.
Dr. Greeley's Bitters are a preparation of the
nutritive properties of the grain of the field) In (
combination with the active principle of many
aimple alterative) and bitter tonics, and it is a
pleasure to the proprietors to state that its use
fulness Is being generally acknowledged by the
largely-Increasing consumption In those sections
where It I) beat known, and by the testimony of
many eminent physicians, who have not only
made trial of It, but continually prescribe tho
Bitters In those cases for which It is reoom
mended. AGHD PEOPLE, AND ALL WEAKLY PER
SONS, Consumptive patients, and others, whose con
stitution) have become impaired by time, or en
feebled by disease, and la whom the process of
digestion doe) not replace the fat and tissues of
the body as fast u they waste, will find these
Bitters at once nourishing ana strengthening,
and happily adapted for their use. The great
advantage the Bitters possess over ordinary
stimulants usually prescribed in treating lung
complaints and kindred diseases, is the fact that
they combine many aafe and certain healing
properties in connection with the best known
stimulant.
DELICATE LADIES
Will derive great benefit from It. No unpleasant
effect will ever result from taking the Bitters, if
the direction) are followed. For those who suf
fer from nervous debility, languor, want of rest
exhaustion, and in all cases of weakness, the
Bitters are not equalled.
As an agreeable stomachic, it is much ad
mired; it sharpens tho appetite, brightens the
intellect, and infuses new llfo and vigor. No one
who usee these Bitters can be subject to an at
tack of FEVER and AGUE, or DIARRHOEA.
Of all the ills that afflict men aud women, few
are so agonizing as Dyspepsia. It is a sort of
combination of many diseases. Thanks to science
'and Da. Gs.zxi.xr, a specific ha) now been ob
tained. Gbzzut's Boubbon BiTTzns take straight
j hold of the disease, and begin a cure. Thou
sands or well-attested cases or cures or Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, and Fever and Ague, even of
the most desperate kind, are In the possession of
the proprietors.
Not a few people, everywhere, complain of
Weakness or Debility. This is the gentle hint
of nature for n little help In the way of invigora
tion. The hint should not be neglected. " A
stitch in time saves nine." Get a supply of (Hi
lky's Bourbon Bittzus, take them regularly, and
our word for it you will feel better, live longer, be
stronger, and think and act with very much more
satisfaction. The Bitters are a tonic, and of a
nature never belore attained in any medicine. It
will make the weak strong, the desponding hope
ful, the sick well. For any complaint of the
Stomach, Liver, or Bowels, there Is nothing com
parable with this medicine.
In America, the Ltver is the but abused of all
the organs in the body. It is made the saddle
of all other organs. As a consequence, it is often
out of order, aud not unfrcquently nearly inopera
tive. This need not be ; on the contrary, it Is quite
unnecessary. A little common sense, and a suf
ficiency of UnxiLZT'a Bouhbon Bittzss, will keep
the Liver right, and make man a man, and wo
man, now miserable, quite happy. The Bitten
regulate and strengthen the Liver, no less than
purify it.
The increase of Nervous Disorders, at the pres
ent day, is one of the most alarming indication)
of the age, or rather, would be, were it not that
a most admirable cure had been found. There
is not a phase of Nervous disease, whatever it
may be, that these Bitters will not act upon
favorably, and in the most efficient manner. All
who are unfortunately afillcted with complaint)
of this nature, or with Indigestion, or any dis
eases of the Stomach, should not fall to make nse
Of GnZBLXT'S BOUBBON BlTTKBS. '
Chills and Fever. In many portions of Ihe
United States this terrible disease seizes Its vic
tims as naturally as water seeks its level. The
system in a particular condition invites it. The
right mtdiclne to prevent nnd cure this malady,
we unhesitatingly say, is Grzfley's Bocbdox
Bittzzs. It breaks up the fever, drives it from
the system, and will keep it at bay, if taken in
accordance with directions on the bottle. The
Bitters purify and enrich the blood, and this in
return strengthens the constitution. As an agree
able tonic, these Bitters have no equal,
Greeley's Boutbou Bitters are meeting a sale
unparalleled in the history of popular medicines.
In all diseases of the Stomach and Bowels they
are a sovereign cure. The worst cases of Dys
pepsia and Indigestion yield to the remarkable
potency of the Bitters, which is as agreeable to
the taste as it is speedy and unfailing in its good
effects.
For sale by Druggists and Grocers, everywhere,
W. F. k A. W. GREELEY, Proprietors, Boston,
Mass. And Sold by D. B. CLARK, S. B. WA1TE,
J. B. WILSON, Washington, D. 0., and PEEL
BTfirCiS, Alexandria, Va. f,b 15

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